Shea Butter Soap Ingredients


Sorbitol is a humectant (retaining or preserving moisture) that makes the skin feel smooth and attracts moisture to the skin.  It is used to thicken our lotions and soaps.

Coconut Oil is a moisturizer that the skin and hair can absorb easily. When it is combined with sodium hydroxide it can be a super cleaner that does not dry the skin but cleans away the dirt and bacteria. Coconut oil has many benefits to the skin and hair.

Propylene Glycol is a colorless, odorless liquid that is also a humectant (retaining or preserving moisture). It is added to products to increase moisture retention. It can smooth and hydrate skin and hair. It can also help with acne.

Stearic Acid is a naturally occurring fatty acid that helps keep products from separating and maintain texture. It helps to moisturize, protect, and lubricate the skin and hair. It can condition and protect the hair shaft without weighing it down.

Water H2O

Sodium Hydroxide is also known as lye and caustic soda. It is an inorganic compound and is a traditional ingredient in soap making. It is used to maintain safe pH levels. Lye is what makes soap... soap.

Glycerin acts as a humectant (retaining or preserving moisture), making it great for your skin. It helps your skin repair damage, soothe dryness, and can protect it from infections.

Shea Butter is a fat extracted from the nut of a Shea tree. Shea Butter is used in lotion or natural soap because of its moisturizing benefits. It can help with the healing process of many things from burns to scars and even improve the appearance of stretch marks.

Titanium Dioxide is a naturally occurring mineral pigment that is used as a whitener in Cold Process Soap and Melt and Pour Soap. It is used to enhance the color of certain cosmetics and foods.